Overnight oats if you're organised enough to make the night before.
Otherwise eggs, quick to make and masses of varieties.
Berry smoothie with pumpkin, sesame, flax and sunflower seeds, raw cacao, kefir, wheatgrass powder and banana. Blend and go!
Vegetables and fruits are grt way to start the day. However we need to add complex carbs for better stamina . Ex barley rissito, millets with veggies , smoothies
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Boiled eggs or greek yogurt plus some fruits takes little effort and is healthy. Same goes for porridge. I do porridge with cinnamon, a dash of milk, honey and a banana and it takes me 5 minutes to make.
I usually consider a cottage cheese with some chopped veg (sweet red peppers, cucumber and spinach) mixed in as a good idea. It's tasty, has some greens in it and protein as well. Just make sure you don't have any bread with it.
First how much you’ll eat at breakfast is something that is different for every person. I eat one egg, ham and toast, and coffee. It is recommended that you eat plenty of lean and healthy proteins that contain low/harmful fats for your body and low carbs. Complement this with tea/water/coffee and some fruit. This will give you energy to sustain until you feel like having lunch. I always thought I had to eat at a specific time, but you eat when your body tells you it’s ready. If it’s not the right timing, have a snack as backup so you don’t feel slow throughout the day.
If you don't have a lot of time – instant oatmeal with blueberries, raspberries, and a little honey. Eating carbs in the morning gives your body energy, and it can help keep your energy up throughout the day!
If you have a little more time or want low carb, one of my favorites to make is scrambled eggs + goat cheese, with turkey sausage. Lean protein, the goat cheese adds creaminess and flavor and the fat from the cheese can help you feel full longer (add the cheese after you remove from heat, or stir in just before you're ready to take the eggs off the stove). Personally I love Gordan Ramsay's scrambled eggs method – slow cooked over medium heat, so creamier/runnier eggs (depending on how long you cook them). This was a new thing I learned to make last year and it's becoming my favorite comfort food to make for myself (and also cheap!).
Oatmeal. But I like eggs. So I make an omelette with cheese wrapped in tortilla, with some hot sauce. Took me less than 10 mins.
I'm not really sure but over night oats are nice u make it the night before and let it sit till morning search it up for the recipe
I eat a low carb diet, avoiding high carbs like grains and aiming for high fat (and I'm very slim). My favourite healthy breakfast is scrambled organic eggs made with butter and some black pepper, with avocado.
I normally have large rolled oats with some berries and almond milk and if I'm in a mad rush an apple and banana for on the go
Peanut butter toast with sliced bananas on top. Or make a peanut butter and banana smoothie with milk. Lastly, egg is quick and AMAZING! Love eggs!
I think the best and healthiest breakfast that's quickly to make is "ngũ cốc". I don't remember what the English is but it's really easy to make it when we're busy but still have energy for full day with five seeds and nuts and more nutrition
Hard boiled eggs, some berries, an avocado, and whole grain toast. You can prep everything but the toast the night before. That’s what I have!
Overnight oats. Put a portion of oats in a bowl add milk or water just to cover the oats. Add fresh fruits like blueberries, apple, banana etc as topping. Cover the bowl and put it in the fridge overnight. In the morning stir in some hot water until you like the consistency. Sweeten it optionally with a little honey. Bon appetite!